Prime Minister Narendra Modi has accepted an invite from US President Joe Biden to attend the Leaders’ Summit on Climate, which can be held on-line, the Ministry of External Affairs has confirmed. The assembly can be held on April 22 and 23.
US’ Special Presidential Envoy for Climate John Kerry can be in India from April 5-8 throughout which he’ll focus on the upcoming Leaders’ Summit on Climate hosted by President Joe Biden in addition to key local weather points within the context of the COP26 meet to be held later this 12 months, the Ministry of External Affairs (MEA) mentioned on Friday.
MEA Spokesperson Arindam Bagchi mentioned President Biden has invited Prime Minister Narendra Modi to attend the Leaders’ Summit on Climate, which can be held nearly, and the Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate to be held on April 22 and 23.
Prime Minister Modi welcomed US President Joe Biden’s initiative and accepted the invitation, Mr Bagchi mentioned at a web based media briefing.
Responding to questions on John Kerry’s India go to subsequent week, Mr Bagchi mentioned the particular presidential envoy on local weather can be visiting Delhi from April 5-8 and the aim of his go to can be to debate this forthcoming leaders’ summit on local weather.
He mentioned local weather points typically within the context of the UN local weather change summit COP26, which is to be held later this 12 months, may also be on Mr Kerry’s agenda.
“We expect that during his visit, Mr Kerry will be interacting with several ministers, including the external affairs minister as well as ministers of finance, petroleum and natural gas, environment, power and new and renewable energy,” Mr Bagchi mentioned.
President Biden has invited 40 world leaders, together with Prime Minister Modi, to a US-hosted digital summit on local weather to underscore the urgency and the financial advantages of stronger local weather motion, the White House mentioned.
Joe Biden will host the two-day local weather summit of world leaders beginning on Earth Day, April 22, through which he’ll define the US’ aim for reductions of carbon emissions by 2030 – often known as the nationally decided contribution below the historic Paris accord.
The summit will reconvene the US-led Major Economies Forum on Energy and Climate, which brings collectively 17 nations answerable for roughly 80 per cent of world emissions and world GDP.
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